The vote is the third blow to the EU Withdrawal Bill.
We’ve just had our birthday – and it’s all a bit exciting.
A Scottish man has been fined £800 after he trained a dog to do a Nazi salute on camera.
Alison Criado-Perez isn’t a soldier, but she has seen more than her fair share of war.
Having somewhere to call home is one of the most fundamental aspects of our daily lives, and it has a profound reach across our human rights.
Thousands of people in the UK who arrived as children in the first wave of Commonwealth immigration were threatened with deportation, in a scandal that has forced apologies from multiple branches of the government.
Homelessness has been one of the biggest talking points of 2018 so far, and for good reason.
The shift in public attitudes to same-sex relations within a generation has been astonishing. Tom Gauld takes a look at what human rights activists in other fields can learn from the gay rights movement about campaign strategies, altering public opinion and creating real change.
130,000 children woke up homeless and in temporary accommodation on Christmas Day last year.
The new helpline received almost 5,000 calls in the first 12 months it was live.